Cabin Door (Mainland)

Climbs 13 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude ? – Faces S

Crag features
The mainland slab faces South: Half tide, but long beach acecss.

This is an area of slabs adjacent to the prominent offsure stack of Pen-y-Holt - easily seen when approching from the East. An antractive area which is 'disappointingly lose'.

Opposite the islet the mainland slab is in 3 sections, seperated by West-facing corners. A small, subsidiary slab the the West of the main slabs gives the first route.

Access to the rocky beach is either by abseil down the mainland slab (from the 2 new stakes) or by walking in from the approach to Pen-y-Holt Bay.

Access notes
Car access to this rugged coastline is best from the Stack Rocks car park, walk West and over the 'MoD Access Only' marked red gate. There is an additional access point car park to the North-West end of the range, Gupton Gate, only open from 1st August.

All climbers must attend MoD briefing (three each year) and hold a valid MoD permit to enter the West range, after which entry is permitted at any time during daylight, at weekends and on Bank holidays only.

Bird bans and marked out by small red painted 'pots' with direction arrows, this infomation can be found on the notice bords in either car park, the MoD gatehouse and leaflets available from the two local campsites and Pubs. Most are lifted early Aug time.

The breifing gives all the details you will need to know.
Read more... Regional Access notes are available from the BMC.

Pembroke Vol 2 Range West - Milford Haven to Perimeter Bays (2013)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
1Munchmallow FantasyE2 5c  
2'Ello, SailorVS 4c 1
3Whore on the ShoreE1 4c/5a  
4Bayonet Practice DummyHVS 4c  
5Honnycombe DelightVS 4a  
6Door JamVS 4c  
7Unsound EthicsHVS 4c  
8Tumblin' DiceE1 5a 2
9Doubful IndemnityHVS 5a  
10Dubious PracticeE2 5b  
11On the LooseE1 5a  
12Door PostVS 4b  
13ScramblerE1 5b  
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